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Navarini, Commander Italian XXI Corpo, and asked him to prepare for a further retreat by his infantry to Buerat. Rommel was obviously suffering under a great deal of pressure both from his bosses in Rome and from the situation on the battlefield. After two years in the desert, his health was beginning to fail. He was plagued by a skin complaint; he suffered from relentless headaches and, in a letter to his wife, admitted that his nerves were ‘shot to pieces’. The relentless strain now caused him to make a very rash decision.
Rommel and his desert army had got away. The defeated Axis forces were no longer a hemmed-in, disorganized, beaten rabble struggling for their very survival. They were now able to spread out, reorganize, consolidate and defend. They were still in a very precarious position, their strength was poor and they had constantly to look to their rear for safety, but at least they now had their enemy at arm’s length, and for every kilometre they travelled westwards their supply lines, poor as they were, shortened, whilst those of Eighth Army lengthened.
5 The attack by the Italian Divisione ‘La Spezia’ supported by elements of the German 90. leichteDivision penetrate the line held by British 154th Brigade of 51st Division and 131st Brigade supporting 7th Armoured Division. Axis forces take the feature of Zemlet el Lebene. 6 After previous setbacks, a new combined drive by 15. and 21. Panzer-Divisions is launched but is repulsed by the tanks of 201st Guards Brigade and by heavy artillery fire from guns on the Tadjera Hills. 7 The penetration on Zemlet el Lebene is cleared by a counterattack by 131st Brigade.
Battle of the Ardennes 1944 by Steve Zaloga; Howard Gerrard